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    Veteran Anchor Steve Edwards Out at 'Good Day L.A.'

    Steve Edwards, who has served as the anchor of Fox 11’s “Good Day L.A.” for more than two decades and has been a fixture in L.A.-area TV since the ’70s, is out at the morning news show. A spokesperson said Edwards is “no longer employed by KTTV,” the station that hosts the Los Angeles-based Fox [...]

  • Kenya Barris Alec Baldwin

    ABC Gives Straight-to-Series Order to Comedy From Kenya Barris, Alec Baldwin, Julie Bean

    A multi-camera comedy series created by Kenya Barris, Alec Baldwin, and Julie Bean has landed a straight-to-series order at ABC, Variety has confirmed. All three will serve as executive producers on the project, with Barris and Bean also serving as showrunners and writers. The untitled series follows a stuck-in-his-ways, opinionated, fading TV star who moves in with [...]

  • Golden Globe Nominations: Good News and

    Golden Globes Nominations: At Least It Was a Good Year for Strong Female Roles

    Looking across the Golden Globe film and TV nominations, it’s a banner year for movies driven by some of the most unlikely female characters to get the big-screen treatment. In “The Shape of Water,” Sallie Hawkins plays a mute cleaning woman in 1962 Baltimore who has an supernatural encounter. In “The Post,” Meryl Streep plays [...]

  • Best New Shows 2017: 'Big Little

    The Best New Shows of 2017

    Every year the number of shows vying for hearts, minds and attention increases exponentially. In the middle of the year, FX Networks chief John Landgraf observed there were already almost 350 scripted series across broadcast, cable, and streaming services, on-track to deliver 500 by year’s end — a new record, up from 455 scripted series the [...]

  • Ballers Season 2 HBO

    'Ballers,' Ridley Scott's 'Strange Angel' Selected for California Production Tax Credits

    Ridley Scott’s new series “Strange Angel,” the fourth season of Dwayne Johnson’s “Ballers,” and nine other TV projects have been selected for a total of $69 million in California production tax credits. The projects were announced Monday by the state film commission in the latest round of its Film & TV Tax Credit Program 2.0. [...]

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